Presentations

  • Aniello De Santo. Mathematical Linguistics and Typological Complexity. SIGTYP Lecture Series. Presented Virtually on November 19th, 2021. , Presented, 2021.
  • Aniello De Santo. Towards a Computational Linking Theory for Minimalism. Michigan State University Colloquium Series. Held Virtually on September 30, 2021. , Presented, 2021.
  • Aniello De Santo. A Pedagogical Necessity: On the Role of Domain Expertise in the Age of Black Box Models. Panel Talk at the University of Utah's AI & SOCIETY SYMPOSIUM. September 19-20, 2021. , Presented, 2021.
    https://informatics.utah.edu/new-ui2-symposium-202...
  • A. De Santo. Subregular Complexity as a Cognitive Hypothesis. Seminar series. Dept. of Communication Sciences and Disorders. University of Utah. Novemeber, 2020. , Presented, 2020.
  • A. De Santo. Minimalist Parsing as a Psycholinguistic Model. Yale Friday Lunch Series. Dept. of Linguistics, Yale University. October, 2020. , Presented, 2020.
  • A. De Santo. Bridging Minimalist Syntax and Sentence Processing via Transparent Computational Models. Integrated Language Science and Technology Seminar (ILST), University of Pennsylvania. September, 2020. , Presented, 2020.
  • So Young Lee and Aniello De Santo. Online processing effects of Pseudo Relative Clause Availability in Italian Attachment Ambiguity. Talk at PLC 46. , Accepted, 2022.
  • Aniello De Santo, So Young Lee. Evaluating Structural Economy Claims in Relative Clause Attachment. Talk at the Society for Computation in Linguistics. Held virtually Feb 7-9, 2022. , Accepted, 2021.
  • So Young Lee and Aniello De Santo. Connecting Sentence Processing and Syntactic Theories in Prenominal Relative Clause Languages. Talk at the 96th Annual Meeting, held January 6-9, 2022 in Washington, DC. , Accepted, 2021.
  • H. Dolatian, A. De Santo and T. Graf. Recursive Prosody is not Finite State. Talk at SIGMORPHON 18th (2021). Held virtually August 5, 2021. , Presented, 2021.
  • Andrei Antonenko, Mark Aronoff, Paola Cepeda, A. De Santo, and Lori Repetti. The world turned upside-down: flipping the classroom in a large linguistics lecture course. Talk at the LSA symposium on Teaching Large General Linguistics Classes, Jan. 1-5 2020, New Orleans, Louisiana. , Presented, 2020.
  • Aniello De Santo and So Young Lee. Pseudo-relative clause effects on the online processing of Italian relative clause attachment. Poster presentation at the 35th Annual Conference on Human Sentence Processing, to be held virtually from Thursday, 24th March, 2022 to Saturday, 26th March, 2022. Poster, Accepted, 2022.
  • S.Y. Lee and A. De Santo. Connecting sentence processing and syntactic theories in prenominal relative clause language. Poster at NELS 52, Rutgers (Held online). Poster, Presented, 2021.
    https://sites.rutgers.edu/nels-52/
  • Aniello De Santo and So Young Lee. Evaluating Theories of Attachment Preference Computationally. Poster at the LSA 96th Annual Meeting, held January 6-9, 2022 in Washington, DC. Poster, Accepted, 2021.
  • A. De Santo. A Minimalist Approach to Facilitatory Effects in Stacked Relative Clauses. Poster at the Society for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL) 2021. Held virtually February 15-19, 2021. Poster, Presented, 2021.
  • A. De Santo A Minimalist Parsing Account of Gradience in Acceptability Judgments. Poster at the 33rd Annual CUNY Conference on Human Sentence Processing, March 19-21 2020, UMass Amherst (held online). Poster, Presented, 2020.

Languages

  • Italian, Fluent.

Publications

  • Aniello De Santo (date unknown). Mathematical Linguistics and Cognitive Complexity. Vol. Handbook of Cognitive Mathemat, Springer Nature Switzerland. Accepted, .
  • Aniello De Santo (date unknown). A Minimalist Approach to Facilitatory Effects in Stacked Relative Clauses. (pp. 1-17). Society for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL). Accepted, .
  • Aniello De Santo (date unknown). Evaluating Structural Economy Claims in Relative Clause Attachment. (pp. 65-75). Vol. 5. Proceedings of the Society for Computation in Linguistics. Accepted, .
  • Hossep Dolatian (date unknown). Recursive prosody is not finite-state. (pp. 11-22). Vol. Proceedings of the 18th SIGMOR. Association for Computational Linguistics. Accepted, .
  • Aniello De Santo (date unknown). Learning Interactions of Local and Non-Local Phonotactic Constraints from Positive Input. (pp. 167-176). Vol. 4. Society for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL). Accepted, .
  • Aniello De Santo (date unknown). MG Parsing as a Model of Gradient Acceptability in Syntactic Islands. Vol. 3. Society for Computation in Linguistics (SCiL 2020). Accepted, .
  • Aniello De Santo (date unknown). Deep Learning for HDD health assessment: an application based on LSTM. IEEE Transactions on Computers. Vol. 01, 1-12. Accepted, .
  • Aniello De Santo (date unknown). Italian postverbal subjects from a minimalist parsing perspective. Lingue e linguaggio, Società editrice il Mulino. Vol. 20, 199-227. Accepted, .
  • Aniello De Santo (date unknown). A deep learning approach for semi-supervised community detection in Online Social Networks. Knowledge-Based Systems, Elsevier. Vol. 229, 107-345. Accepted, .
  • Aniello De Santo (date unknown). What can formal language theory do for animal cognition studies?. Royal Society Open Science. Accepted, .